Day 4 in El Nido – after a ruckus between me and the tour guides who kept on insisting we join the bigger group in the combi tour (B and A), Toto and I plus another couple finally hopped on a smaller boat to start Tour B (Php1,300/pax). I was aware I made quite a few frenemies from that disagreement but I wasn't keen on going back to the sites we've already visited a couple of days before, albeit with a different group. I paid for Tour B and I wasn't going to let them squeeze 10 sites in just 8 hours, as if that was even possible! That would just mean limited time per site and hurried tours. Not gonna happen, babe.
Third day in El Nido: Tour C - dubbed as the best island hopping tour because it includes the most beautiful sites in this part of Palawan. It's also the farthest and the most dangerous because of unpredictable waves. So naturally, it's the most expensive (Php1,400/pax). Despite that and the gloomy morning, Toto and I had a good hunch about Tour C :)
Eto naaaa! Finally, after 3.5 months, naka-hugot na ng sapat na lakas para sa El Nido blog post! Hindi na kayang daanin sa quickie levels ang kagandahan ng El Nido. Hindi keri sa tatlo, limang photos lang. ♥
To be honest, Toto and I weren't planning to visit El Nido this soon. Because we've been to Coron twice, we thought we didn't need to see El Nido anymore. Countless of articles have compared the two Palawan tourist spots and it's always a super duper close call. That just means they're very similar to each other, right? However, we couldn't resist booking MNL-PPS-MNL tickets during one of AirAsia's seat sales last year!